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National Sovereignty or EU Membership: Which is the Least Bad Option? (2014), by Sean Gabb

http://www.libertarian.co.uk/multimedia/2014-08-12-iness-gabb.mp3 National Sovereignty or EU Membership:  Which is the Least Bad Option? A Lecture given in Bratislava on the 12th August 2014 to the Institute of Economic and Social Studies (INESS) by Sean Gabb INESS Introduction The Institute of Economic and … Continue reading ?

Greening Out Interviews Sean Gabb

Listen to the interview. Dr Sean Gabb is a writer and broadcaster and academic. He is the author of twenty books, which include ten novels and three volumes of poetry. He has been commercially translated into Italian, Spanish, Greek, Slovak, … Continue reading ?

Daniel Harding Reviews The Break

http://bluelibertyblog.wordpress.com/2014/07/29/review-the-break-by-sean-gabb/ ‘The Break’ is the latest book by Sean Gabb, and another that explores another alternate timeline of the UK, as well as the amusing political outcomes of said universe. ‘The Break’ is set in the UK in 2018, in … Continue reading ?

Blacking up on the Road to Auschwitz

  Blacking up on the Road to Auschwitz By Sean Gabb On Friday, the 25th July, I was called by a female researcher at BBC Radio Ulster for a comment on a story in Northern Ireland. Several members of the … Continue reading ?

Event in Deal Library

Meet the author – Richard Blake KCC events, Talks & Presentations Deal Library, Deal Meet local author Sean Gabb writing as Richard Blake at Deal Library for an insight into his historical fiction writing. Sean Gabb is a historian, … Continue reading ?

A Brief Guide to Self-Publishing and a free book offer

by Sean Gabb Dear All, I commend the attached article on self-publication. If you are interested in publishing yourself, but don’t know where to begin, this is a good overview of the current options. I write from long experience, even … Continue reading ?

David Hume: A Brief Appreciation

David Hume: A Brief Appreciation by Sean Gabb (Published in The Salisbury Review, Summer 2004) In writing about David Hume (1711-76), it is hard to know where to begin. He was a first rate philosopher, historian, economist, political philosopher and … Continue reading ?

Tax Drink: Hurt the Poor – Sean Gabb in The Phuket Gazette, 5th July 2014

Tax Drink: Hurt the Poor By Sean Gabb (Published in The Phuket Gazette, 5th July 2014) There are two cases for taxing alcohol. The first is that government must somehow be paid for, and that drink can and should be … Continue readin...

Who’s blocking your favourite websites?

Note: Apparently, the LA Blog is being blocked by Talk Talk. That might explain why I sometimes have trouble accessing it. Another reason, I suppose, for not renewing my contract with this crappest of crap ISPs. SIG Dear Sean Gabb, … Continue reading ?

Plain Words about “Islamist Extremism” by Sean Gabb

Plain Words about “Islamist Extremism” By Sean Gabb According to The Daily Telegraph, “[o]ne of the most serious challenges facing [England] is that of tackling religious extremism.” Apparently, some of the Moslems here are attempting “to seal Islamic communities off … Continue reading ?

The Break Nominated for Prometheus Award

by Tom Jackson Sean Gabb’s ‘The Break” Buy Hardback Buy Paperback Buy for Kindle Buy Other e-book Formats Although it has little to do with the point of this blog, I’ve been interested for years in the period of history … Continue reading ?

Me, Two Nudey Men, and a Theatre Full of Lefties

http://www.libertarian.co.uk/multimedia/2014-06-19-sig-libertarianism-hackney.mp3 Me, Two Nudey Men, and a Theatre Full of Lefties By Sean Gabb 19th June 2014 The London International Festival of Theatre is an enterprise funded by the Arts Council  of England and by the Culture Programme of the European Union. … Continue reading ?

Me, Two Nudey Men, and a Theatre Full of Lefties

http://www.libertarian.co.uk/multimedia/2014-06-19-sig-libertarianism-hackney.mp3 Me, Two Naked Men, and a Theatre Full of Lefties by Sean Gabb 19th June 2014 The London International Festival of Theatre is an enterprise funded by the Arts Council  of England and by the Culture Programme of the European Union. … Continue reading ?

Review of “The Break” by Sean Gabb

I’ve read a few of Sean Gabb’s historical novels set in the Byzantine Empire in the 7th century, which are sort of a cross between the Flashman novels and H. Rider Haggard. This one is different. It combines the Byzantine … Continue reading ?

Comment re Sean Gabb on UKIP

by Vabadus Very good article, although I disagree with your reasons for voting Conservative in 2015; I implore you to rethink your intention. I genuinely believe there is not a cigarette paper between the three arsecheeks of the same backside … Continue reading ?

REVIEW – The Churchill Memorandum – By Dr Sean Gabb

REVIEW – The Churchill Memorandum – By Dr Sean Gabb. The Churchill Memorandum by Sean Gabb is a thriller set in an alternative timeline to our own. The major difference that Sean explores, is what would happen to the United Kingdom … Continue reading ?

Sean Gabb new novel “The Break” now available

Hi! My new novel, The Break, has now been published worldwide and in all formats. The Break is a dystopian science fiction novel, set in 2018, by when the UK has become a traumatised and post-apocalyptic police state. I’m rather … Continue reading ?

Should Voting be Compulsory? (Sky News), Sean Gabb

On Monday the 26th May 2014, Sean Gabb, Director of the Libertarian Alliance, took part in a Sky News debate on compulsory voting. Chaired by Kay Burley, he was opposing a proposal put by Suzy Boniface. Sean made these points: … Continue reading ?

UKIP and the European Elections

UKIP and the European Elections: The Earthquake (Unedited version of article published on VDare, 26th May 2014) Sean Gabb The votes have now been counted in the European elections, and even the BBC is admitting that the result is “an … Continue reading ?

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